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flown

relating to coloured (usually blue) decoration on porcelain that, during firing, has melted into the surrounding glaze giving a halo-like effect

flown

Said of scenery that is suspended from the gridiron of a theater, in contrast to scenery that stands on the stage.
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Who would have thought before Operation Enduring Freedom we would have flown the longest bomber mission in the history of combat aviation, 42-plus hours from Whiteman (AFB), Mo., to targets in Kabul and Kandahar?
The problem was that so many trained test pilots, military and civilian, had flown an aircraft with an obvious deficiency and found it acceptable without changes.
After all the conditions the airframes had flown through in their 39 years--from jungles to deserts to cold northern seas--it was a beautiful, sunny, autumn day.
I have flown multiengine aircraft for 2,000 hours and I can tell you that piloting a helicopter is completely different and uniquely rewarding.